Aberdeen Law goes well beyond simply enabling students to “learn law.” It is a comprehensive program which focuses on training the whole individual by examining historical, social, political and economic forces that influence legal systems and societies. You will learn to think like a lawyer rather than just memorizing the rules of law.

If you have a solid undergraduate degree in a subject other than law, the University of Aberdeen provides a quality option for you to pursue your law degree. The LLB Accelerated Law programme is one which is extremely popular with Canadians. It can lead you towards a career in the legal profession in just two years. Numbers are limited and places in this program are consistently in great demand.

Aberdeen Law School consistently ranks among the top law schools in the UK

In addition to lectures, the instructors at Aberdeen consistently challenge students with realistic legal scenarios which test mental agility, critical thinking and help navigate the many aspects of law including criminal, public and private law, legal systems, contracts, human rights and explore family law, the law of property and legal aspects of the EU.

Another highlight of your learning is the chance to engage with the highly active Law Society where you can take part in activities such as legal debating with the very active Law Society, or the community law clinic – the Aberdeen Law Project.

Upon graduation, your skills will allow you to pursue a wide variety of legal professions in addition to preparing you for other careers in areas such as business, banking and policing.

Are you interested in finding out more about Law at Aberdeen? Or would you like to apply from Canada? Please contact Canadian agent Barclay Educational Services at JSB@barclayedu.com or head to the Contact Page on our website. Barclay is a recognized Canadian representative of UK universities. As such there is NO CHARGE to students for our services. The Universities pay our fee. Get in touch today and start your overseas study adventure in the UK in Fall 2021!